Teeth whitening: What to expect from the procedure

Teeth whitening: What to expect from the procedure


Teeth whitening is a popular cosmetic procedure that can help to brighten and enhance the appearance of your smile. But what should you expect from the process?

At The Whitening Co. we're excited to offer you two ways to brighten your smile - in-studio and at-home teeth whitening!

Our in-studio whitening is a quick and efficient way to see immediate results. Our trained professionals will apply a special gel to your teeth and activate it with a light, removing stains and leaving your teeth several shades lighter in just one hour!

If you prefer a more gradual approach, our at-home whitening kit is a great option for maintaining a bright and white smile. The kit includes our wireless mouthpieces featuring market leading led tech as well as dental quality whitening gel that you can use in the comfort of your own home. It may take a little longer to see the final results, but it's a great way to achieve a stunning smile.

It's normal to experience some sensitivity in your teeth and gums after whitening, but it should subside within 24-48 hours. If you're still feeling sensitive, we recommend using aftercare gels, sensitivity toothpaste, or over the counter pain relief.

Keep in mind, teeth whitening is not a permanent solution and touch-up treatments may be needed to maintain your desired level of whiteness. We recommend using an at-home kit every few weeks or getting a touch-up in-studio every 3 to 6 months.

It's important to note that teeth whitening may not work on all types of discolouration, such as those caused by certain antibiotics or other medications.

But overall, teeth whitening is a great way to boost your confidence and improve the appearance of your smile. If you have any questions about the process, please don't hesitate to reach out to our team. We're here to help you achieve your best smile yet!

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